Part of what the Sabbath frees us from are the confines of a strict schedule, a long list of activities that dictate when and with whom we interact.  Today, go and spend time with loved ones–friends, family, neighbors.  Don’t plan anything.  Just stop by on a walk around the neighborhood or drop in for a quick visit.  Or let other come to you.  Sit out on your porch.  Send out a text to friends saying, I’ll be hanging out on the porch this afternoon so stop by and say hi.  Then turn your phone off and wait for whoever may come.

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